Conceptual geography


Kellerman, A. (1979). Some basic questions. In E. Stern and A. Meir (Eds.), Contemporary and Future Geography, Vol. 1 (pp. 39-42). Beer Sheva. 


Kellerman, A. (1984). Transitions in the interrelationships between society and space: A structurationist conceptual framework. Horizons in Geography, 9-10, 81-92.  (Hebrew)


Kellerman, A., and Shamai, S. (1985). Conceptual and experimental aspects of regional awareness: A Israeli case study. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 76, 88-99. 


Kellerman, A. (1987). Structuration theory and attempts at integration in human geography. The Professional Geographer, 39, 267-274. 


Kellerman, A. (1988). The integrity of integration: A reply. The Professional Geographer, 40, 221-222. 


Kellerman, A. (1989). The constitution of society: Outline of the theory of structuration. Geography Research Forum, 9, 169-171. 


Meir, A. (1979). The nature and mutual complementarity of humanism and positivism in human geography. Geography Research Forum, 1, 21-36. 


Meir, A. (1979). Humanism and positivism in contemporary human geography. Horizons in Geography, 4, 65-67.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1981). Humanistic geography and education for human and environmental values. Geography Research Forum, 4, 55-60. 


Meir, A. (1981). On teaching history and philosophy of geography, Resources in Education: ERIC. 


Meir, A. (1982). Humanistic geography and education for human and environmental values. In A. Shachar (Ed.), Structures of Knowledge in Geography (pp. 14-21). Jerusalem: The Israeli Geographical Association.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1982). The urgence of teaching history and philosophy of geography. The Professional Geographer, 34(1), 6-10. 


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). Directions in the Evolution of Ideal Pluralism and Critical Research in Israeli Geography. In N. Kliot, A. Golan, and A. Peled, (eds.) Trends in Israeli Geography, (pp.83-91). Haifa: Haifa University and Israeli Geographical Association.


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). On Tribalism, Pluralism and Individualism in Israeli Geography. Ofakim BaGeographia, 51, 47-56. (Hebrew).